Well here it is, after a loooonnngggg time in the making, the first Stitchalicious cross stitch patterns!
The first series to be released are The Virgins and came out of a collaboration with Berlin-based Chilean artist Karolina Kruz, the creative force behind Luciluxx. I mean, go and check out her stuff – who wouldn’t want to be able to cross stitch it?
The Virgins are very iconic, a little ironic, and show off the best of the Berlin street art vibe. There are three to choose from Maria Dolores, Maria Esperenza and Maria Inmaculada who is pictured above. Are you starting to get a bit bored with full cross stitches? Want to push it a bit more? These designs use a lot of partial stitches – 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 stitches – which make the finished piece detailed but not too big. The patterns are printed on good quality card which will survive being pulled in and out of bags while you’re working on it and they’re also available as kits with 14 ct Aida, DMC threads and needle. Go to the shop to check them out!
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